Posts Tagged ‘teapot’
Thursday, June 14th, 2012
Tea for two
This fun porcelain tea pot and cups set is part of Yukari Sweeney’s home range and features contemporary images of London.
It’s the perfect tea set for anyone short on space, as the two cups stack neatly on top of the teapot. You won’t want to put it in a cupboard though, as it looks great displayed out on a kitchen worktop.
The Yukarri Sweeney London tea set is available from Debenhams, where it’s priced at £18.
Thursday, August 25th, 2011
Designed by Camilla Engdahl for Sagaform, this Blossom design retro teapot would fit in comfortably with a fresh and modern home.
The design cleverly incorporates elements from some of her other ceramic pieces, namely the tulip, daisy and clover designs, and complements them perfectly.
The teapot is made from stoneware and has a flat oak lid.
The Sagaform Blossom teapot is available to purchase from DotMaison for £24.95.
Wednesday, January 5th, 2011
Red and white polka dot ceramics
We’ve had a request for details of red and white polka dot home products, including a teapot and teaset, so here’s what we found!
A retro red teaset for one, consisting of a red and white polka dot teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug, is available from The All Round Store for £25.95. A teapot on its own is £17.95 and the milk jug is £4.95, plus other matching items are available.
Wisteria Gifts sell a handpainted red and white spotty teapot, which holds about five cups, for £17.99.
Elsewhere, a 16 piece red and white polka dot stoneware dinner set (also available in black and white) is £32.99.
Dotcomgiftshop are packed to the brim with red and white dotty items, stocking everything from containers and seat cushions, to cake tins, storage cases and door knobs in the retro design. They also have a red and white polka dot teacup and saucer for £8.95, a red retro spot mug for £6.95 and a cake stand for £24.95.
A retro red polka dot spotty bottle bag, which is useful for taking empty bottles to the bottle bank for recycling, or for using when shopping for bottles, is £4.95 from Amazon. Matching items, such as a red polka dot bowl (£1.95) are also available.
We hope this helps solve your red polka dot product needs, Trin!
Thursday, September 30th, 2010
The homeware department at Anthropologie can be a bit of a mixed bag at times, but we rather like this white ceramic teapot.
For a start, the bone china teapot is made more unusual by a textured rippled surface. Then it’s impressed with a series of patterned polka dots, livening up the white background. Finally, the top of the teapot lid is finished off with a dash of gold.
The Spots-of-Tea teapot can be used on its own, or coupled up with a matching Spots-of-Tea lidded milk jug or sugar bowl. All three are available from Anthropologie.
Thursday, August 12th, 2010
Here’s a novel way to light a room in your home – with a teapot or coffee pot!
This whimsical range of unusual lighting is inspired by 1930s tableware. Both the white teapot light and the white coffee pot light are made from fine bone china, finished off with a sturdy cotton braid, from which they are hung.
The teapot light is Art Deco in style, with a noticeably angular handle, whereas the coffee pot light has more of a timeless appeal.
If you fancy hanging these quirky lights in your home, then each one will set you back £95. They’re both available to purchase at Liberty.
Tuesday, May 25th, 2010
Stunning monochrome teapot
Liberty of London recently teamed up with American retail brand, Target, to produce a range of exclusive products. Amongst their homeware collection, is this stunning Dunclare black and white print teapot.
The white teapot is adorned with the large floral print. The handle is black and white, the spout is white and there’s a nice finishing touch of black on the lid of the pot.
The Dunclare black print teapot is available to purchase online from Liberty, for £20. If you like the design, there’s a matching Dunclare dinner plate available for only £6, a set of three Dunclare stoneware bowls for £25 and a large platter plate for £20. See the full range of Liberty for Target home items here.
Wednesday, November 11th, 2009
Modern floral teapot
Top designer, Zandra Rhodes, has created a new range of exclusive homeware products for M&S, including this striking black and white floral teapot.
The teapot is a nice, modern shape and the floral design is eye-catching. It’s priced at £25 from M&S.
If the design appeals to you, then there are various other matching pieces available too, so you can create your own set. For example, a dinner plate is £7.50, a pasta bowl is £7.50,a floral side plate costs £6, the sugar bowl is £9.50 and a bowl is £6.
We like the fact that, although all the pieces have an element of the floral design, they’re not all exactly the same – some have black flowers on a white background, others have a black background with white flowers, plus some pieces, like the pasta bowls, only have the design on part of the bowl. This helps make them more unique and unusual.
Wednesday, October 21st, 2009
Have you discovered the outlet section of the Emma Bridgewater site yet?
We thought we’d flag it up, as there are some great bargains on favourite designs.
The special deals are available on discontinued items and seconds – anything that is a second is clearly marked as that, but often you’d never know it was supposed to be flawed. They class seconds as pieces that have ‘minor imperfections’ or slight flaws in the design, but they’ll still perfectly usable.
It’s a good way of topping up matching pieces of existing sets, before they’ve been discontinued, or saving a few pounds on items that you would otherwise have paid full price for. Although the savings aren’t always massive, it does help that they’ve got a bit knocked off the original price.
Items available in the outlet section change regularly.
Currently on offer is the union jack four cup teapot, which is priced at £35 (instead of £49.95) and the polka dot measuring jug, which is £20 (instead of £39.95)